Bridge health insurance when moving out of the country
We (myself, wife, and baby) will be leaving the country early August, thus we will cancel our health insurance at end of August. We'll be traveling for 1 month to my home-country (EU) and then to my new job mid-September in UK.
This leaves me 2 weeks without a health insurance. Which for myself, I don't mind so much, however, we have a small baby, and I feel a bit awkward being -uncovered.
Travel insurances have a strange clause about the country of residence (which will not be Switzerland since we deregister) and mention they are complementary to the obligatory insurance. Back home, no company would give an insurance for 1 month.
Any ideas how to bridge this gap? Should I ask my Swiss company to pay for September as well, even though I'll not be resident?